On December 5 at 10 a.m. residents of Toronto are invited to leave a non-perishable food item on their doorstep. Volunteers will collect the donations and redistribute them to those in need in the community. This is a city wide initiative and the goal is 250 000 food items in 1 DAY!!! Help us make this happen!!
Organizers ask that you register if you are participating so they can plan the pick up route accordingly. There is still a need for volunteers too!
The Danforth Study team invites you to the next round of community consultation, which will include online Community Meetings and a survey.
December 1, 2020 from 6-8pm – Meeting 3A: will provide a brief update on the three study components with a focus on presenting the Complete Streets project – Destination Danforth – that was implemented over the summer and the City’s plan for monitoring and evaluating this initiative.
Information on how to join the meeting and meeting presentations will be available on the project webpage (www.toronto.ca/danforthstudy) one day before the meeting. The meeting will also be recorded and posted to the project webpage following the live session. A link to the online survey will be posted on this page on December 1st, 2020. For more information, visit http://www.toronto.ca/danforthstudy
The holidays are only a few weeks away (and Black Friday is this week!)! When shopping this holiday season (or generally!), please consider buying locally to support our community businesses as much as possible. If shopping online from the bigger retail stores, please consider clicking through via FlipGive to help financially support our school. Up to 25% of your purchase value will go towards Frankland. Popular brands include Amazon, Indigo, Starbucks, Walmart & lots more.
The TDSB’s Parent Involvement Advisory Committee (PIAC) invites all parents and caregivers to take part in their annual parent conference – Ready. Set. Engage! Navigating the School Year Together – which is being held virtually this weekend.
Parents and school councils will have the opportunity to participate in a number of workshops throughout the two day conference. The conference is also a great way to connect with others from across TDSB as we adapt to a new educational landscape and school year unlike any we have experienced before.
The Frankland School Council 2020/2021 is now open for self-nominations. You can learn more on the School Council tab of this website and you can fill in this form if you think this might be of interest to you.
No experience is necessary, just enthusiasm and engagement. Don’t be shy to nominate yourself; we welcome new viewpoints and strive for a diversity of experiences.
Self-nomination deadline: November 4, 2020 (Tomorrow!)
Reminder to join our (private) Facebook parents group. It’s a place where parents are encouraged to post questions/answers and interact about anything related to Frankland (please read the rules once you’ve joined; no promotions).
Reminder that some treats are coming home today with our kids (courtesy of the Frankland School Council). Thanks to the teachers for their help getting these to the kids, and a special thanks to all the parents who helped pack these! 🎃 👻 🍬
Attention if you would like to celebrate Halloween at school on Oct 30!
✅ Do wear your face covering/cloth masks as usual ✅ Do wear a costume ✅ Do leave the costume mask, accessories/weapons at home ✅ Do wear orange/block, fall/Halloween themed clothing 🎃🦇🕷 ❌ Do NOT wear a costume mask, accessories/weapons ❌ Do NOT bring Halloween candy to school ❌ Do NOT wear make-up, from below the eyes ❌ Do NOT celebrate with Halloween dances/parades
If you are not sure about your child’s costume or accessories, please check with your child’s teacher directly.
Information on this year’s Terry Fox Marathon of Hope and -related to that- red-and-white day on October 16, was sent out by Mr.Sykes yesterday by email. We’ve also posted this information on this website under ‘athletics‘.
Don’t forget to send kids in red and white on Oct. 16 if possible.